How do Malala, Greta Thurnberg, and Rigoberta Menchu all embody some aspect of the point Crenshaw is trying to make about intersectionality? (Look them up if you have to.)
How do each of these figures in some way represent the global women's movement which has swept the globe in the last half century? How do they bring women's issues to the forefront of movements that we might not at first associate with the women's movement?
Both cases draw the context of employment discrimination. The intersectionality was meant to captivate scrutiny in several ways that back women were being excluded from employment in industrial plants and elsewhere integrated by gender and race. The job that was made for women were available specifically for white women. However, Malala, Grata, and Rigoberta act like a woman role model and mentorship as girls learn about their right as women in the society.
Different ways that Malala, Greta, and Rigoberta represents the global women movement.
Malala is a great and brave woman, a caring and entrepreneurial person who fought for girls' education and professionalism to empower women to realize their rights in society. On the other hand, Greta Thunberg is a brave woman who overcomes all obstacles in her personal life. She formed and sang songs in Kaqchikel as she defends women and her indigenous sisters against intersectionality. While Rigoberta struggled for women's rights to extend of giving up her family, Rigoberta was a fighter for her people to eliminate any discrimination and inequality in her Indian indigenous society. Therefore she managed to restore peace and justice.